This project is continued from Part 11. The rake wall roof corner flashing installation steps are illustrated in this project.
This project is continued from Part 10. The installation steps of the roof-to-wall apron flashing for the shed roof extension from the side of the house are described in detail.
This project is continued from Part 9. The dormer roof flashing details are shown including the stucco step flashing, apron flashing (headwall flashing) and counter flashing installation steps. A section of rotted fascia board is repaired with PVC composite trim board.
This project is continued from Part 8. The new porch roof details are illustrated with the stucco apron/headwall flashing and counter flashing installation steps. A section of rotted soffit and fascia board are also replaced.
This project is continued from Part 7. Dead valleys are a frequent source for roof leaks and special attention is needed when installing the new roof. Stucco walls require new step flashing and counter flashing. Kickout flashing is installed at the corners and roof end to direct water away from the wall.
This project is continued from Part 6. Rotted roof deck panels caused by water leaks were discovered the during the new roof installation after a hail storm. The source of the roof leak is traced back to toe boards the home builder nailed through the shingles and filled with caulk. This article explains how to [...]